Unold 58175 Specification

Brand
Unold
Category
hobs
Model
58175
Type
Specification
INHALTSVERZEICHNIS
Bedienungsanleitung Modell 58105/58175
Technische Daten ..................................... 6
Symbolerklärung ....................................... 7
Sicherheitshinweise .................................. 7
Display .................................................... 10
In Betrieb nehmen .................................... 11
Bedienen der Induktionskochplatte ........... 11
Verriegelungs-Funktion .............................. 12
Kochen mit Zeitsteuerung .......................... 13
Kochgeschirr ............................................ 14
Funktionsweise ......................................... 14
Sicherheitsfunktionen ............................... 15
Reinigen und Pflegen ................................ 15
Fehler beseitigen ...................................... 16
Garantiebestimmungen ............................. 17
Entsorgung / Umweltschutz ....................... 17
Informationen für den Fachhandel .............. 17
Service-Adressen ...................................... 18
Instructions for use Model 58105/58175
Technical Specifications ............................ 19
Explanation of symbols .............................. 20
Important Safeguards ................................ 20
Control panel............................................ 23
Preparing the appliance for operation ......... 23
Operation of the induction burner ............... 24
Lock function/button lock .......................... 25
Cooking with time control .......................... 26
Cooking Utensil Selection ......................... 26
Functioning .............................................. 27
Safety functions ....................................... 27
Cleaning and Care .................................... 28
Trouble shooting ...................................... 28
Guarantee Conditions ................................ 29
Waste Disposal /
Environmental Protection .......................... 29
Service .................................................... 18
Notice d’utilisation modèle 58105/58175
Spécification technique ............................ 30
Explication des symboles ........................... 30
Consignes de sécurité ............................... 31
Écran / Panneau de commande .................. 34
Mise en service......................................... 34
Utilisation de la plaque de cuisson
à induction .............................................. 34
Fonction de verrouillage /
Verrouillage des touches ............................ 36
Cuisson avec commande de la durée .......... 36
Sélection des casseroles appropriées .......... 37
Fonctionnement ...................................... 37
Fonctions de sécurité ................................ 37
Nettoyage et entretien .............................. 38
Fautes possible ....................................... 38
Conditions de Garantie .............................. 39
Traitement des déchets /
Protection de l’environnement .................... 39
Service .................................................... 18
Gebruiksaanwijzing model 58105/58175
Technische gegevens ................................ 40
Verklaring van de symbolen ........................ 40
Veiligheidsvoorschriften ............................. 41
Display/bedieningsveld .............................. 44
In gebruik nemen ..................................... 44
Bediening van de inductiekookplaat ........... 44
Vergrendelingsfunctie/toetsblokkering ......... 46
Koken met de timer .................................. 46
Kookgereedschap ...................................... 47
Functie .................................................... 47
Veiligheidsfuncties .................................... 48
Reiniging ................................................ 48
Verhelpen van fouten ................................ 48
Garantievoorwaarden ................................. 49
Verwijderen van afval /
Milieubescherming ................................... 49
Service .................................................... 18
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE MODEL 58105/58175
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model 58105
Single induction cooker
Model 58175
Double induction cooker
Power
rating:
2,000 watt, 220–240 V~,
50/60 Hz
3.500 Watt, 220–240 V~,
50/60 Hz
1 plate approx. 29 x 28 cm
Max. 2.000 Watt
2 plates, each 29 x 28 cm
Left side max. 2.000 Watt
Right side, max. 1.500 Watt
Size W/D/H: Approx. 29.0 x 36.0 x 7.0 cm
(L/W/H)
Approx. 60.2 x 35.5 x 7.0 cm
(L/W/H)
Weight: Approx. 2,59 kg Approx. 5,17 kg
Power cord: Approx. 135 cm Approx. 135 cm
Housing: Plastic, black/silver
Plate: Heat-resistant, unbreakable glass, max. pot diameter 20 cm
Features: Automatic adjustment to mains voltage, automatic switch-off
after 2 hours, automatic detection of suitable pots and pans with
alarm function, time pre-select, temperature adjustment, heating
power adjustment, overheating protection, surge protection, for
pots and pans from 12-20 cm in size, load-bearing capacity to
approx. 4 kg per cooktop
Accessories: Instructions for use, magnet for detection of the induction
useabiity of saucepans
Equipment features, technology, colours and design are subject to change without
notice.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Please read the following instruc-
tions and keep them on hand for
later reference.
1. This appliance can be used
by children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if
they have been given super
-
vision or instruction concer-
ning use of the applicance
in a safe way and under
-
stand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with
the appliance. Cleaning and
user maintenance shall not
be made by children without
supervision.
2. Children of less than 3 years
should be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
3. Children aged from 3 years
and less than 8 years shall
only switch on/off the appli
-
ance provided that it has
been placed or installed in
its intended normal opera
-
ting position and they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way
and understand the hazards
involved. Children aged from
3 years and less than 8 years
shall not plug in, regulate
and clean the appliance or
perform user maintenance.
4. CAUTION – Some parts of
this product can become
very hot and cause burns.
Particular attention has to
be given where children and
vulnerable people are pre
-
sent.
5. Children should be super
-
vised in order to ensure that
they do not play with the
appliance.
6. Connect appliance only to an
AC power supply to the vol
-
tage on the rating plate.
7. Do not operate this appli
-
ance with an external timer
or remote control system.
8. Persons with pacemakers,
especially older models,
should ask their doctor before
using the appliance, since the
function of the pacemaker
could be impaired.
9. Connect appliance only to an
AC power supply with voltage
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
This symbol denotes a possible hazard which could cause injury or
damage to the appliance.
This symbol indicates a potential burning hazard. Please be especially
careful at all times here.
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corresponding to the voltage
on the rating plate.
10. When using model
58105/58175, you should
not connect any other elec
-
trical appliance to the same
electrical circuit to avoid
overloads.
11. The appliance is intended
for household use only, or for
similar areas of use, such as:
kitchenettes in businesses,
offices or other workplaces,
agricultural enterprises,
for use by guests in hotels,
motels or other lodgings,
in private guesthouses or
holiday homes.
12. Check the plug and the power
cord regularly for wear or
damage. In case of damage
to the power cord, glass
cooktop or other parts, ple
-
ase send the appliance for
inspection and/or repair to
our customer service depart
-
ment.
13. Unauthorized repairs can
result in serious risks to the
user and will void the war
-
ranty.
14. If the power cord of this appli
-
ance is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufactu
-
rer or his after sales service
department or person with
similar qualifications, to pre
-
vent hazards. Disconnect the
power plug only after the
fans in the appliance have
stopped turning.
Information on setup and operati
-
on of the appliance
15. Place the appliance on a
solid, level and dry surface.
For safety reasons, never
place the appliance on hot
surfaces, metal surfaces or
surfaces covered with texti
-
les.
16. Maintain sufficient distance
to objects which react to
magnetic forces, e.g. bank
cards, radios, televisions,
video cassettes, etc.
17. Do not use the appliance
outdoors.
18. Do not immerse the appli
-
ance in water or other liquids.
Protect the appliance from
moisture.
19. During operation, leave suf
-
ficient space between the
appliance and walls and
other flammable objects
such as curtains.
20. Do not operate the appliance
in the vicinity of heat sour
-
ces.
21. Before heating, route the
power cord so that it does
not come into contact with
hot parts of the appliance.
22. Installation of the appliance
in a worktop is not permitted.
23. Use only pots and pans
which are suitable for induc
-
tion cooking.
24. The appliance heats very
quickly. Heating empty pots
can damage the appliance
and the pots themselves.
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25. Switch the appliance on only
if a pot with contents is on
the burner. Do not overfill
pots, to prevent boiling over.
26. Do not leave any metal
objects such as knives or
forks on the burner, since
they could become hot when
the appliance is switched on.
27. Do not heat closed metal
cans; they could explode.
28. Make sure that the ventila
-
tion slots in the appliance
are unobstructed at all times.
29. Do not move the appliance
while it is in operation. Before
moving the appliance, switch
it off and remove any pots or
pans.
30. Do not allow objects to fall
onto the glass cooktop – dan
-
ger of breakage! If the glass
cooktop is cracked or other
-
wise damaged, do not conti-
nue to use the appliance; it
must be sent in to our after
sales service department for
repair.
31. The appliance should not
be operated for more than
4
hours continuously. If used
longer than this, switch it off
for at least 30 minutes in
between.
32. The glass cooktop can
become hot from the heat
radiated from pots or pans.
Therefore, do not touch the
surface immediately after
cooking.
33. Do not drag pots across the
control buttons, since they
could become damaged.
34. Do not place any objects
such as foils, etc. between
the pot and the burner.
35. The pot, when filled, should
not be heavier than 4 kg to
prevent damage to the cook
-
top.
36. Do not place any hot pots or
pans on the control panel.
37. Before moving or cleaning
the appliance after use,
always switch off and unplug
the appliance and allow it to
cool.
CAUTION:
The glass cooktop can become hot from the heat radiated from
pots or pans. Therefore, do not touch the surface immediately
after cooking.
Never open the housing of the appliance. This can result in elec
-
tric shock.
The manufacturer will not be liable in the event of incorrect assembly, improper or incorrect use or if
repairs are carried out by unauthorized third parties.
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CONTROL PANEL
1 Button MAX
2 Button MIN
3 Button –
4 Display
5 Button +
6 Indicator lamp - Power (Watt)
7 Indicator lamp - C° (Temperature)
8 Indicator lamp - Time (Zeit)
9 Button Function
10 Button ON/OFF (EIN/AUS)
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4
5
6 7 8
9
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PREPARING THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
1. Remove all packaging materials
and transport safety devices.
2. Wipe off the appliance with a
damp cloth.
3. Place the appliance on a level,
solid and dry surface with suffici-
ent clearance on all sides.
4. Plug the power cord into an elec-
trical outlet.
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OPERATION OF THE INDUCTION BURNER
Note: Your new burner is equipped with sensor buttons. All settings can be made
with a light touch of the finger. Please do not operate the sensor buttons with
wet fingers, and ensure that you do not place any objects on the buttons, in or-
der to avoid malfunctions.
1. Plug the power plug into an elec-
trical outlet use the EIN/AUS but-
ton to switch on the appliance.
2. A brief signal tone will sound, the
indicator lamp of the EIN/AUS
button will be illuminated, the
power indicator light (Watt) will
flash.
3. Caution: If you do not make any
additional settings on the appli-
ance within one minute, the appli-
ance will switch off.
4. You can control the appliance eit-
her by power or by temperature.
Press the “FUNCTION” button to
switch between the two modes.
The power level or temperature
level can be changed at any time
while you are cooking by pressing
the “+” or “-” buttons. The basic
setting for the appliance is 1,200
watt.
5. Place a suitable pot with food to
be cooked in the middle of the
burner.
Control via heating power
6. Press the “FUNCTION” button
once. The “Watt” indicator lamp
lights up. The power level will be
shown in the display. Use the “+”
and “-” buttons to change the
power level.
7. The following settings are possi-
ble:
Model
58105
Model 58175
Left Right
200 W 500 W 500
400 W 800 W 800
600 W 1.200 W 1.000 W
800 W 1.500 W 1.200 W
1000 W 1.800 W 1.300 W
1200 W 2.000 W 1.500 W
1400 W
1600 W
1800 W
2000 W
8. Note: To quickly change between
the lowest and highest power
level, simply touch the “Max” or
“Min” buttons. The appliance will
immediately switch over to the
selected power level.
Model
58105
Mo-
dell58175
Min 200 W 500 W
Max 2,000 W 2,000 W
Control via temperature
10. To control the device via the tem-
perature, press the “FUNCTION”
button until the indicator lamp,
“Temp”, lights up and the basic
setting “180” appears in the dis-
play.
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11. The following settings are possible
and can be set via the “+” and “-”
buttons:
Level 1 60 °C
Level 2 80 °C
Level 3 100 °C
Level 4 120 °C
Level 5 140 °C
Level 6 160 °C
Level 7 180 °C
Level 8 200 °C
Level 9 220 °C
Level 10 240 °C
12. If there is no pot or pan on the
burner, a signal tone sounds at
intervals, the display shows E 0
and the appliance automatically
switches off after 30 seconds.
13. The appliance can be switched
off at any time during the cooking
process by pressing the EIN/AUS
button.
14. The settings made are not saved
at the end of the program or if the
program is cancelled.
15. The fan continues to run for
approx. 30 seconds after the end
of the program.
16. If the program is not controlled via
the time selection, the appliance
automatically switches off after
two hours at the latest.
17. After use, unplug the power plug
from the electrical outlet to save
energy.
18. Caution: Do not leave the appli-
ance unattended while you are
cooking with it.
CAUTION:
The glass cooktop can become
hot from the heat radiated from
pots or pans. Therefore, do not
touch the surface immediately
after cooking.
LOCK FUNCTION/BUTTON LOCK
The appliance can be locked to pre-
vent unintentional operation of the ap-
pliance.
Switching on the lock function:
1. Simultaneously tap the “+” and
“-” buttons.
2. When “L” is shown in the display,
the lock function is active. The
display will then alternately show
the selected temperature or power
level and “L”. Settings can no lon-
ger be made. Only the EIN/AUS
button can be activated to switch
off the appliance
Switching off the lock function
3. Simultaneously tap the “+” and
“-” buttons again. When only
the selected temperature level or
power level is displayed, the lock
function is switched off.
4. Note: As soon as the appliance is
disconnected from the mains, the
lock function is no longer swit-
ched on; if necessary it must be
activated again.
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COOKING WITH TIME CONTROL
This function makes it possible to program the appliance so that it automatically
switches off after a specified time.
1. First, select the desired function
as described above (heating power
or temperature).
2. Press the “FUNCTION” button
until the indicator lamp, “ZEIT”,
is flashing and “0” appears in the
display.
3. Then within five seconds press the
“+” button or “-” button to enter
the desired number of minutes.
The minutes can be entered in
5-minute increments; the maxi-
mum time that can be set is 180
minutes.
4. If you do not make any settings
within five seconds, the time pro-
gramming is completed and the
appliance returns to the initial
state.
5. During the cooking process, the
heat level or temperature level
and the remaining time are dis-
played alternately.
6. When the programmed time is
reached the appliance automati-
cally switches off.
7. The appliance can be switched
off at any time during the cooking
process by pressing the EIN/AUS
button.
8. The programmed times are not
saved at the end of the program or
if the program is cancelled.
9. The fan continues to run for
approx. 30 seconds after the end
of the program.
10. If the program is not controlled via
the time selection, the appliance
automatically switches off after
two hours at the latest.
11. After use, unplug the power plug
from the electrical outlet to save
energy.
12. Caution: Do not leave the appli-
ance unattended while you are
cooking with it!
COOKING UTENSIL SELECTION
1. Only use cooking utensils, which
are approved for induction coo-
king.
2. Useable pans are: stainless steel
saucepans with ferro magnetic
bottom. cast iron pans and sauce-
pans, enamelled iron saucepans
and pans.
3. You can check with a magnet, if
your sauce-pans are useable for
induction cooking. Whenever the
magnet is adhering at the bot-
tom outside, the saucepan can be
used on the induction cooker.
4. Not useable are saucepans and
pans made of aluminium, copper,
glass, ceramic and some chrome
nickel alloys.
5. The diameter of the saucepans
should be min. 12 cm and max.
18 cm.
6. Attention:
Adapt the power or temperature
setting to the used saucepans.
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When using small saucepans you
can already cook with 180 °C or
1.400 watts. A too high setting
in combination with small sauce-
pans can cause damages of the
appliance.
7. The non-stick-coating of coated
saucepans and frying pans can be
damaged if used with too strong
heating. Please follow the infor-
mation of the saucepan manufac-
turer with regard to the applica-
tion of the pots.
8. Choose in the case of doubt a
lower power setting or tempera-
ture to avoid damages. Put the
saucepan always precisely in the-
middle of the cooking field to
avoid error messages and automa-
tic switching off.
FUNCTIONING
Cooking on an induction cooker saves
up to 50 % of electric power. The coo-
king time is reduced by up to 30 %.
When cooking on an induction coo-
ker, not the hotplate is heated, but
the saucepan on it, provided that the
bottom is ferromagnetic. The heating
is effected by a magnetic alternating
field below the hotplate.
The advantages of induction cooking
are:
Short reaction time, short prehe-
ating time, quick and exact hea-
ting.
Rapid heating, since the full
amount of enery is immediately
available.
Cool hotplate, which is only hea-
ted by the heat reflected from the
saucepan.
Great energy saving of up to
50%.
Easy cleaning, as food cannot
burn in case of boiling over.
High safety: as soon as the sau-
cepan is taken away from the
plate, the heat supply is stopped
automatically.
SAFETY FUNCTIONS
1. Overvoltage / low voltage protection
When power voltage is too high or too
low, the induction cooker will compen-
sate the voltage automatically and will
adjust the output power.
2. Overheating protection
When the temperature of the hotplate
is too high, the induction cooker will
stop automatically and a long buzzer
sound will be heard to alert you un-
til the temperature returns to normal
(fault E 5).
3. High voltage pulse protection
During operation, when power supply
receives a transient high voltage pulse
(e.g. lightning strike), the induction
cooker will stop automatically and in
one minute will resume automatically.
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CLEANING AND CARE
Unplug the appliance
and let it cool down
before cleaning it.
1. Do not immerse the appliance
into water or any other liquid for
cleaning.
2. Wipe the surface and the housing
with a damp cloth.
3. Do not use any strong or abrasive
cleansers or spoges.
4. Do not pour water or any other
liquid on the hotplate.
5. If necessary you can use a clean-
ser or scraper for ceran glass coo-
kers.
6. Please clean the ventilation slots
regularly with a soft brush to pre-
vent dust deposits.
4. Small metal part protection
If small iron metal parts with a diame-
ter of less than 80 mm are detected on
the hotplate, the appliance cannot be
switched on.
5. Suitable pans
The appliance detects automatically if
the used saucepan is suitable for in-
duction cooking or not. If the sauce-
pan is not suitable, a buzzer sound will
be heard to alert you until an appro-
priate saucepan is put on the hotplate
(fault E 0).
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Fault Reason Reaction
E0 No cookware on the pla-
te, cookware not fitted for
induction, cookware not
placed correctly in the
middle
Only use cookware approved for
induction cooking with a diameter
of at least 12 cm and max. 20 cm,
Place the cookware in the midld-
le of the respective cooking plate.
E01 Power circuit fault Send the appliance to our techni-
cal service for repair.
E02 Temperature control fault Send the appliance to our techni-
cal service for repair.
E03
E04
Variations of voltage In case of sudden fluctuations of
the voltage cooking is automati-
cally interrupted. After approx.
1 minute cooking is contiuned.
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Fault Reason Reaction
E05 Too high surface tempe-
rature
If the surface temperature is too
high, an acoustic signal is given
and the appliance is shout off au-
tomatically. As soon as the tem-
perature has fallen to the normal
temperautre range, cooking can
be restarted.
In order to avoid overheating, we
recommed to use low power or
temperature settings for small
saucepans and medium to hiogh
settings for large saucepans .
E06 Overheating due to fan
fault
As soon as the temperature has
fallen to the normal temperautre
range, cooking can be restarted.
E0A/E0B Overheating due to fault
of the temperature sensor
Send the appliance to our techni-
cal service for repair.
GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
We grant a 24 months guarantee, and in case of commercial use a 12 months guarantee, starting from the date of purchase
for any damage demonstrably due to manufacturing defects and when the appliance has been used according to its intended
use. Within the warranty period we will remedy defective materials or workmanship through repair or replacement, at our
option. Our warranty terms apply only to appliances sold in Germany and Austria. For other countries, please contact the re-
sponsible importer. In the event of a claim for remedy of defects, please send the appliance to our after sales service, properly
packaged and postage paid, together with a copy of the automatically generated sales receipt, which must show the date of
purchase, and a description of the defect. If the defect is covered by the warranty, the customer will be reimbursed for the
shipping costs only in Germany and Austria. The warranty does not cover damage from normal wear, improper handling and
failure to comply with the maintenance and care instructions. The warranty is void if repairs or modifications are made to the
appliance by third parties. Any claims of the end consumer vis-à-vis the retailer are not limited by this warranty.
WASTE DISPOSAL / ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Our appliances are produced on a high quality level for a long lifetime. Regular maintenance and expert
repairs by our after-sales service can extend the useful life of the appliance. If an appliance is defective and
repair is not possible we ask you to follow the following instructions for disposal.
Do not dispose this appliance together with your standard household waste. Please bring this product to an
approved collection point for recycling of electric and electronic products.
By separate collection and disposal of waste products you help to protect natural resources and ensure, that
the product is disposed in an adequate way to protect health and environment.
The instruction booklet is also available for download: www.unold.de
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